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Réseau Académique sur la Charte Sociale Européenne et les Droits Sociaux

Academic Network on the European Social Charter and Social Rights

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Réseau Académique sur la Charte Sociale Européenne et les Droits Sociaux

Academic Network on the European Social Charter and Social Rights

RACSE-ANESC

Réseau Académique sur la Charte Sociale Européenne et les Droits Sociaux

Academic Network on the European Social Charter and Social Rights

NETWORK

The A.N.E.S.C. is a non profit organisation of academics and other persons who wish to contribute to its aim.

The Network’s mission is to promote the European Social Charter and social rights in Europe, in relationship with the experiences of other continents.

It shall take every initiative conducive to making the European Social Charter and the other instruments for the protection of social rights known in Europe, and to improving their application and protection both at the level of the Council of Europe and in its member states.

The Network’s actions shall principally take these forms:

  • Education and training;
  • Research and publication;
  • Legal expertise;
  • Contributions to national and international judicial or contentious procedures, particularly in an amicus curiae capacity.

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PUBLICATIONS

Karin LUKAS – The Revised European Social Charter

This detailed Commentary explores the boundaries of social rights at a European level through analysis of the Revised European Social Charter (RESC), the most comprehensive regional document on social rights. The Commentary considers the treaty as the counterpart of the European Convention on Human Rights, examining how it sets out fundamental rights in the social field. It focuses primarily on the rich jurisprudence developed by the Charter’s monitoring body, the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR).

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François VENDAMME – Reflections on social rights application: interests at stake and controversies behind the scenes

This essay, which looks back over a few years of supervision of social rights by international committees, in particular the European Committee of Social Rights, differs from most other studies in that it does not seek to comment on the Committee’s case law or discuss the supervisory system of the European Social Charter. Rather, the aim is to explore the reasons that still have an impact on the unsatisfactory application of the Treaties.

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New book by Dr. Mihaela Rusitoru

EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN FINLAND AS I DISCOVERED IT Between tradition and technologies, law and policy, theory and practices, miracle and pedagogical astonishment   Mihaela Viorica Rusitoru L'Harmattan, Paris, pp....

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NEWS

Sad news

Dear colleagues, The Romanian section of ANESC announces with great regret the passing of Professor Ion-Traian Ștefănescu (03.04.1942 - 13.03.2020). Professor Ion-Traian Ştefănescu was a prodigious personality in the scientific field and one of the titans of the...

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EVENTS

High level panel discussion

60th anniversary of the European Social Charter 18 October 1961 – 18 October 2021 10:30 – 12:45 CEST   Hybrid, Room 2, Palais, Council of Europe, Strasbourg Follow the event LIVE     The Department of the European Social Charter is pleased to invite you...

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EVENTS

High level panel discussion

60th anniversary of the European Social Charter 18 October 1961 – 18 October 2021 10:30 – 12:45 CEST   Hybrid, Room 2, Palais, Council of Europe, Strasbourg Follow the event LIVE     The Department of the European Social Charter is pleased to invite you...

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PUBLICATIONS

Karin LUKAS – The Revised European Social Charter

This detailed Commentary explores the boundaries of social rights at a European level through analysis of the Revised European Social Charter (RESC), the most comprehensive regional document on social rights. The Commentary considers the treaty as the counterpart of the European Convention on Human Rights, examining how it sets out fundamental rights in the social field. It focuses primarily on the rich jurisprudence developed by the Charter’s monitoring body, the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR).

read more

François VENDAMME – Reflections on social rights application: interests at stake and controversies behind the scenes

This essay, which looks back over a few years of supervision of social rights by international committees, in particular the European Committee of Social Rights, differs from most other studies in that it does not seek to comment on the Committee’s case law or discuss the supervisory system of the European Social Charter. Rather, the aim is to explore the reasons that still have an impact on the unsatisfactory application of the Treaties.

read more

New book by Dr. Mihaela Rusitoru

EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN FINLAND AS I DISCOVERED IT Between tradition and technologies, law and policy, theory and practices, miracle and pedagogical astonishment   Mihaela Viorica Rusitoru L'Harmattan, Paris, pp....

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